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Desiree Spronk

My research focuses on characterising the cognitive effects associated with psychopharmacological substances and neuropsychiatric conditions.

My current research project involves the development of brain correlates in patients who recently had a subarachnoid haemorrhage. We are trying to improve the prediction of the occurrence of side-effects in the early days after the haemorrhage, which can help in quicker treatment of side-effects. My research methods include psychopharmacology, electro-encephalogram (EEG), transcranial doppler (TCD), and neuropsychological testing.

My previous research includes projects on characterising individual differences in the neurocognitive effects of drugs of abuse and addictive behaviours. I furthermore worked on establishing cognitive and EEG markers in the prediction of response to pharmacological treatment of depression and ADHD. 

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